WATCH: Lady Gaga Performs Final Dive Bar Stop in L.A.
Lady Gaga brought politics and “John Wayne” to The Satellite in Los Angeles for the final stop of her Dive Bar Tour. Watch video from the show below.
After live performances of “John Wayne,” “Come to Mama” and one of “A-YO” where she was joined by Mark Ronson, Gaga thanked the audience for helping make her single “Million Reasons” become the most-downloaded song on iTunes.
“When I saw that, I felt so heard as a woman,” she told the audience. “and you know what, if I’m heard, that means that you’re heard… I can hear you, and every time I sing this song, I can hear you in my heart singing with me.”
Gaga also took the opportunity to speak about the upcoming presidential election before singing “Angel Down,” a song she’s previously said was written about Trayvon Martin.
“I wrote this song about people loving each other and taking care of each other,” she said. “I really hope [the election] is a peaceful day, as much as it can be… Everybody has different ideas and thoughts and that’s OK. We don’t have to hate each other because of that.” She closed the song by changing the final lyric to “Trayvon Angel.”
You can watch her full set in the video below, or check out the galleries above and below the player for more photos from the night of Gaga’s final dive bar performance.